Var ria Sale s , 1 9 o
Volume 13(7): 38
Tyrinna Bergh, I898*
UabrelU Lamarck, I819*
Uaela Ernst Marcus, 1953 [tyoe 0. remanei n. sp.
Utriculastra Thiele, 192b*
Utricuiopsis M. Sars, 1870^
Stricuius Brown, ^Skk [not Schumacher, 1817]^
[ iunior hornonyra; iunior objective synonym of
Hetesa Brown, l8^f; ICZN 5b8/1959]
'- -- ' 1800*
;o (sub,|enus)« 5(^):1^6, 8(1):16
jssxerea his Dec. 1928*
Venilia Alder a Hancock, 18^4 (not Stephens,
Verconia Pruvot-Fol, 1931*
VerrilLopsjclie Cos s man, 1910*
Verttsmaus Otto, 1S23»
Vesica Swain son, 1840*
goaLlJ-Sna, 2(2):33, 3(1):24~25, 27-28
Villersia Oken, l842 [error for viUiersia
ViUiersia d'Orbignv, 1837*
Vitrella Sv,'ainson, 1840^ [junior objective
synonym of Akera M'Jller, 1776; ICZN 539/1959]
Vitrella Clessin, 1877* [junior homonym of
Vitrella Swainson, l840; ICZN 539/1959]
Vitrec-haminoea Kuroda & Habe, 1952*
Volvaria ? [synonym of Retusa umbilicata per
Volvatella Pease, i860*
Volvula A. Adams, 1850 [not Gistl, 1848]*
¥olvuia A. Adams, 1862 [not Gistl, l848lj^,Xper
Abbott, 1974] vc^^ M-y
Vclviilella Newton, 189 1* ^'^' "'
¥Oi.ir-ulopsis Schepman, 191^*
feinkauffia A. Adams, 1858*
¥esterE5ia Blainville, 1827*
Moodbridgea Berry, 19'^-^"
Xanthonelia M.E. Gray. 1850*
Xenocratena Odhner, i940*
loKOjajsjaia Habe, 1950*
Z&tti-rm Eliot, 1902 (type Z. brovmi n. sp.
Zepi-^yrliia Quatrefages, 1844* 12(3):279
Please send comments and additions to this •
list to the editor. I feel this v;ill develoD into
a very powerful tool if people will just add to
it as they work on various species and oapers.
I would recommend that everyone write the ON
citation number on papers in their working
library to facilitate indexing.
One section of this job winch could easily be
done would be to compare the species names
found Ln and after ON" citations already printed
and add them to a copy of the list above."
Anyone willing to add 'to the index above will
receive a free copy of the updated list to work
from including updates done by myself and other
fhe next listing for this index will
definitely not come before 1982 and may be in
1983 so the best way to get one is by adding to
the list yourself. In addition to the bribe,
this will prevent too much duplication of
Please send deletions for any names which
are not opisthobranchs as defined in the Kkirch,
1981 issue of the Opisthobraneh Mewsletter on
page n. The same information will be useful
for any previously cited papers which do not
If anyone is interested in adding another
journal series to the list here, please drop me
a note so that we do not have three people
indexing the Nautilus, for example.
The next necessary index is a cross
reference between ON citation number and the
volume and page numbers where the most
complete citation appears in the ON.
Examples are given here.
I should be able to print this listing at
least 4 columns across the page by 80 lines
down. This will yield 320 references per pa^e.
Since there are about 6000 citation numbers it
will take aLmost 20 pages to print them all, but,
the list should allow people to find things
quickly and easily. Deleted references would
simply not appear in the next edition of the
I would appreciate reader comments on the
need for such an index and I would especially
like to have a volunteer to do the job. All you
need is a complete set of the Opisthobraneh
1 doubt that many people even notice and most
probably do not care but the amount of
information in each page of the Opisthobraneh
Newsletter has more than doubled since the
The following papers and books are for sale at
the prices listed. Please send requests to
Steven Long. Almost all are single copies of
originals (0). Xerox or photocopies are
identified by (C). Microfiche copies are
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pages per fiche (M). Postage and insurance is
extra on all materials and will be billed at my
cost. Photocopies of articles are $.20 per page
uriless otherwise noted. I will buy libraries of
opisthobraneh literature. Please send lists and
prices to Steven Long.
09970 BEHRENS, DAVID W., I98O. Pacific
Coast Nudibranchs. 112 pp., 177 color photos.
09980 FARMER, W.M., 1980. Sea-Slug
GastroDods. 177 po., 157 illus. $10.00 paperback.
09964 GOTTSfiALL, D.W. & L.L. LAURENCE,
1979. Pacific Coast Subtidal Marine
Invertebrates. 112 pp., I6O color photos.
GOTTSAHLL, D.W. 198I. Pacific Coast Inshore
Fishes. 96' pp., 126 color photos. $11.50
Opisthobraneh Newsletter Volumes 1-12 are
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I will start adding the microfiche papers and
other m.aterials as time and space permits. It
has only been in the past few weeks that I have
finally found a place to work and begin to set
up my library. It has certainly been a
difficult five years for me and I appreciate
all of your concern and support. My greatest
hope is that it will all have been worth while.
This is the end of this issue. I hope to
print at least one more edition of the
Opisthobrcmch Newsletter during I98I but that
depends on you.
OPISTHOBRANCH N E W S L E T T E qf^ .\>^ .cjfel-
December, I98I I . k y^
Jorunna pardus Behrens & Henderson, I98I
Drawing from Dave Behrens
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been a real growth year for me and, I
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has recovered almost completely from her
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house at 36I Roycroft.
Thank you all for the Christmas cards and
letters. 1 hope that this Christmas is as
nice for you as it is for me.
Thanks to Dr. P.L. Phung for proof reading
the Poizat paper below. Thanks to Jim
Lance, Don Cadien, Ron Velarde, Dave
Behrens, Dr. Baba, Eveline Marcus, and
others who have provided material for this
I have a volunteer to cross-index the back
volumes of the ON. Are there any
volunteers for specific journal runs? I
really do not want to print an index before
it is reasonably complete so let's get
several journals into the next species
index. If anyone notices non-
opisthobranch names creeping in please
notify me at once.
The suggestion has been made to rearrange
some of the names by taxonomic placement.
I do not want to list names except as
actually cited. Any taxonomic placement
changes may be noted in brackets after the
original name. They will also show up as
the new combination in alphabetical order
within the list.
December, 198 1
Volume 13, Number 7, Page 40.
From Dave Behrens: "I spent a week,
October 3-9, 198I collecting in Bahia de
los Angeles, Baja California, Mexico. This
is of course the infamous collecting spot
of James Lance who on numerous occasions
has collected several dozen species on a
single trip (see previous ON issues).
Jim s collections have always been during
spring and summer months, so we were
anxious to see what was present during
this time of year. The findings are
noteworthy. After 5 days of heavy
sampling only two opisthobranch species
were collected, Berthellinia citrena and
Tridachiella diomedea. No nudibranchs
were observed. Several additional
observations were made which may later
assist in explaining this dramatic seasonal
shift: 1) surface water temperature was
78°F, below 15 feet - 76°F, and 2) the
usual dense benthic algal crop (primarily
Ulva & Sargassum) was entirely absent."
From Dr. Kikutaro Baba: "During the last
part of this year 1 had been working on
the Dendrodorididae and part of the
Dorididae, and obtained a number of
subjects not hitherto defined well. In the
next year I hope I will be able to prepare
MS of some papers for future publication.
Dr. Eveline Marcus, Caixa Postal 6994, Sao
Paulo, Brazil, 01000, has sent some
additons to the generic name list.
I had an enjoyable evening with Don &
Kathy Cadien a week or so ago. They are
doing well. I also ran into Ron Miracle at
a gathering on the l8th of December. It is
good to be living in Southern California
again although I miss the great collecting
around Pismo Beach, California.
From Dave Behrens: "Platydoris macfarladi
Hanna, 1951 lives. Two large specimens
recently collected in Southern California.
Behrens and Bob Henderson to publish
redescription and eco notes, soon."
From Bob Henderson (Pacific Bio-Marine
Labs, Inc., P.O. Box 536, Venice, CA 90291)
in reference to Platydoris macfarlandi:
"We got photos of the living animals as
well as the actual sponge substrate they
were living on. Dave and I are putting the
final touches on a redescription complete
"I'm interested in finding out whether
anyone else has run across incidences of
color attenuation or loss as a function of
increasing depth. I've collected a few
specimens of deep water Archidoris which
seem to point to this trend but not
anywhere near enough to make any claims.
I'd be -'.aterested in any input on
Archidoris or other dorid species."
Modifications morphologiques et
fonctionnelles d'un mollusque raarin
Microhedyle milaschewitschii Kow. 1903, au
cours d'une contamination in vitro par le
C. Poizat, M. Henry & G. Cristiani
Nos etudes ecologiques des Gasteropodes
mesopsammiques montrent que ces animaux
prosperent dans des biotopes peu ou pas
pollues. II nous est done apparu utile
d'effectuer sur I'une des ces especes,
des experiences de contamination in vitro
par le chlorure mercurique. Ce derive a
e'te choisi, d'une part, parce que la
pollution mercurielle de la mar est des
plus preoccupantes, d'autre part, parce
que les caracteristiques physico-
chimiques de Hg Clp sont bien connues.
Nous avons suivi les modifications
morphologiques et fonctionnelles des
animaux a la suite d'une contamination
unique, a des taux de Hg respectifs de
0,00012 (temoin) ; 0.008 ; 0.02 ; O.O8 ; 0.1
; 0.5 ; 1 et 2 mg/1. Pour des valeurs <:
0.08 mg/1 (doses subletales), les animaux
presentent une serie de modifications
physiologiques et structurales:
- stade 1 : perte d'activite et
d 'adherence au support ;
- stade 2_ : lyse des organes sensorials
et contorsions ;
- stade 3. • rupture de la parol du corps
et hernie des visceres. Ca stada
irreversible est le critere de letalite
- stade 4^ : les animaux ayant survecu
(168 heures a des taux) ^0.08 rag/1 sont
capables de regenerer totalement leurs
organes sensoriels et reprennent un
comportement normal. Dans certains cas,
les regenerations sont anarchiques,
avec formation de tumeurs. a des taux > 0.1
mg/1 (dose letale) les stades 1 et 2 sont
tres fugaces et meme inexistants aux
plus fortes doses, les specimens pouvant
attaindre directeraent le stade 3 en une
heure. A ce stade, I'etude par
microscopie photonique et elactronique
montre la lyse de 1 'epithelium
tegumentaire de I'animal, dont nous savons
qu'il est son organe de respiration
cellulaire ou de 1 'osmoregulation at ce, a
des taux relativement faibles (DL 50 = O.O8
mg Hg/1, a 20 h.), ce qui nous conduit a
considerer Microhedyle milaschewitschii
comma une especa tres sensible a la
pollution mercurielle et a I'utiliser comma
December, 198 1
From Sandra Millen: "I was thrilled with
the genera list in the latest O.N. I
noticed there were a few species included
but not even all of those found in The
Veliger. I would like to see species listed
with their most recently recognized genera
and with the author and publication date
after each. They then could be cross
listed to journals. People could then make
additions and deletions and synonymies as
they saw them.
CHANGE OF ADDRESS/NEW SUBSCRIBERS
Costa Mesa, CA 92627
Dr. Hans Bertsch
Universidade Autonoma de Baja California
Apdo. Postal No. 453
Ensenada, Baja California
Phone: Mexico Int'l. 8-3018 or 8-1970
6849 Fountaine Ave.
Newark, CA 94560
J. Carlos Garcia Gomez
Departaraento de Zoologia
Facultad de Biologia
Reina Mercedes, 6
SEVILLA - 13, Spain
Wesley M. Farmer
5319 Hewlett Dr.
San Diego, CA 92115
212' Santa Ana
Long Beach, CA 90803
Dr. Marc Chamberlain
52 - 9th St.
Hermosa Beach, CA 90254
Departamento de Zoologia
Facultad de Biologia
Universidad de Santiago de Compostela
The sixty-second annual meeting of The
Western Society of Naturalists will be held
from December 27th through December 30th,
1981. Dr. Fred Hochberg is the local
chairman (Santa Barbara Museum of Natural
History, 2559 Puesta del Sol, Santa
Barbara, California 93105, 805/682-4592).
Major sections on: Marine Invertebrate
Ecology, Marine Vertebrates, The Ecology
Volume 13, Number 7, Page 41.
of Marine Neogastropods, Marine Fishes,
The Importance & Use of Parasites in the
Marine Environment, Invertebrate
Physiology, Marine Algae - Physiology,
Symbiosis, New Approaches to Algal
Aqualculture, Invertebrate Reproduction,
and Marine Algae. No papers specifically
mentioning opisthobranchs are included in
the advance program. The meetings are
open to the general public as well as WSN
BIBLIOGRAPHY OF OPISTHOBRANCHIA
Oceanography and Marine Biology, Volume
19, includes a chapter entitled "The
Ecology of Nudibranchs Molluscs." by
Christopher D. Todd. Available at 39
British pounds from: Aberdeen University
Press, Farmers Hall Aberdeen Scotland AB9
2XT. [volume 655 pp., 154 figs., 6 pis.;
please send me a complete citation.]
10044 BALLESTEROS, M. & J.A. ORTEA, I98I.
Nota sobre dos Opisthobranquios del
literal Catalan. [Notes on two
Opisthobranchs from the Catalonian Coast.]
Publicaciones del Departamento de
Zoologia, Universidad de Barcelona, 6:33-
38, figs. 1-2. [Spanish, English summary;
Runcina capreensis, Carminodoris boucheti]
10045 BERTSCH, HANS, November 21, I98O. A
new species of Tylodinidae (Mollusca:
Opisthobranchia) from the northeastern
Pacific. Sarsia, 65:233-237, figs. 1-3-
[ Roya spongotheras sp. nov.]
10046 BICKELL, L.R.,, F.S. CHIA & B.J.
CRAWFORD, 1981. Morphogenesis of the
Digestive System During Metamorphosis of
the Nudibranch Doridella steinbergae
(Gastropoda): Conversion from
Phytoplanktivore to Carnivore. Marine
Biology, 62( 1):1-16.
10047 BRUSCA, RICHARD C, I98I. Common
Intertidal Invertebrates of the Gulf of
California. Second Edition, University of
Arizona Press, 513 PP-, 14 pp. color photos
+ black & white photos + line drawings.
10048 COYER, P.E., J.H. HALSEY Jr. & E.R.
STRONG, 1981- Reversible and irreversible
effects of P02 alterations on two groups
of Aplysia neurons. Comparative
Biochemistry and Physiology, A, 68A(4):579-
10049 FEZ, SIRO DE, 1974. Ascoglosos y
Nudibranquios de Espaha y Portugal.
10050 GASCOIGNE, T. & M. SORDI, April,
1980. A redescription of Placida viridis
Trinchese, 1873 (Gastropoda: Ascoglossa).
The Journal of Conchology, 30( 3 ) :167-180.
December, 19 81
Volume 13, Number 7, Page 42.
10051 FLOR, GERMAN, EVA MARIA LLERA
GONZALEZ, JOSE ANTONIO MARTINEZ AZPIREZ, &
JESUS ANGEL ORTEA RATO, I98I. Cuadernos
del Crinas. 1. Contribucion al estudio de la
playa del San Lorenzo (Gijon). CUADERNOS
DEL CRINAS, Centro de Investigaciones
Acuaticas de Asturias, (1):1-47, figs. 1-5,
tbls. 1-5. [Spanish; Retusa subtruncata,
Acteon tornatilis, Ringicula conformis,
Cylichna cylindracea, Rhizorus acuminatus,
Philine quadripartita J
10052 HAMATANI, IWAO, November, 198O. On
the Species of the Genus Oxynoe
Rafinesque, I819 from Japan, Inclusive of a
New Species ( Opisthobranchia: Ascoglossa).
Publications of the Seto Marine Biological
Laboratory, 25 ( 5/6 ) :349-360, pis. I-IV,
text figs. 1-6. [0. kabirensis sp. nov.]
10053 HUGHES, ROY L., Jr., December,
1979. Ultrastructure of the buccal mass in
juvenile Coryphella salmonacea
(Gastropoda: Nudibranchia ) . The Journal
of Molluscan Studies, 45( 3 ) :289-295.
10054 HUNNAM, P. & G. BROWN, 1975.
Sublitoral Nudibranch Mollusca (sea slugs)
in Pembrokeshire Waters. Fid. Stud., 4:131-
10055 JAECKLE, WILLIAM, October, 1981.
Range Extensions of Several Opisthobranchs
from Humboldt County, California.
Opisthobranch Newsletter, 13(7):23-24, fig.
10056 KAMIYA, H. & Y. SHIMIZU, February,
1981. A Natural Agglutinin Inhabitable by
D-galacturonic Acid in the Sea Hare
Aplysia eggs: characterization and
purification. Bulletin of the Japanese
Society of Scientific Fisheries, 47(2):255-
10057 LLERA GONZALEZ, EVA MARIA & JESUS
ANGEL ORTEA RATO, March-April, I98I. Marine
Molluscs from Isabel Island Mexico. La
Conchiglia, 13(144-145):3 pp., 10 photos.
[Bulla gouldiana, Chromodoris sedna, C.
sphoni, Dendrodoris sp.]
10058 LUKOWIAK, KEN & CHRISTIE SAHLEY,
June 26, 1981. The in vitro classical
conditioning of the gill withdrawal reflex
of Aplysia californica. Science,
212(4502):1516-1518, 4 text figs.
10059 ORTEA, J. A., 1977- Moluscos marines
Gasteropodos y Bivalves del literal
asturiano entre Ribadesella y Ribadeo, con
especial atencion a la subclase
Opisthobranquios. Doctor Thesis ,■
(unpublished), Departamento de Zoologi®,'''^'^^'^^
Universidad de Oviedo, pp. 536. [ Spanish l-vv^"^"
10060 ORTEA RATO, JESOS ANGEL, 1980.
Inventario provisional de Ascoglosos y ^
Nudibranquios de las islas Canarias.
Resum. Ilnd. Congr. Nac. Malac, Barcelona,
1 pp. [Spanish]
10061 ORTEA RATO, JESOS ANGEL & EVA
MARlA LLERA GONZALEZ, 198O. Moluscos
marines de la isla' Isabel, Nayarit, Mexico.
Resum. Ilnd. Congr. Nac. Malac. Barcelona, 1
10062 ORTEA, J. A. & V. URGORRI, 1981.
Opisthobranquios nuevos para el literal
iberico colectados en Galicia. I. Bol.
Inst. Espa. Oceano., 6( 288 ) :49-60, figs. 1-
9. [Spanish; English summary; Calliopoea
bellula, Trapania pallida, Polycera
faeroensis, Palio dubia, Cadlina laevis,
Duvaucelia odhneri, Tergipes tergipes]
10063 POIZAT, C, M. HENRY & G.
CRISTIANI, 1981. Modifications
morphelogiques et f onctionnelles d 'un
mollusque marin Microhedyle
milaschewitschii Kow. 1903, au cours d 'une
contamination in vitro par le raercure.
Biology of the Cell, 42:10a.
10064 POIZAT, C, M. HENRY & G.
CRISTIANI, December, I98I. Modifications
morphologiques et f onctionnelles d 'un
mollusque marin Microhedyle
milaschewitschii Kow. 1903, au cours d'une
contamination in vitro par le mercure.
Opisthobranch Newsletter, 13(8):40.
10065 PRINCE, STEPHANIE, Winter, I98I,
Comparative Study of Some Bubble Shells.
Of Sea and Shore, 12(2):79-80, [10 figs.].
[Bulla peasiana, B. gouldiana, B. striata,
Haminoea crocata, H. vesicula, H. virescens,
H. solitaria, Hydatina albacincta, H.
amplustre, H. physis, Micromelo guamensis]
10066 PERRON, F.E. & R.D. TURNER, 1977.
Development, metamorphosis, and natural
history of the nudibranch Doridella
obscura Verrill (Corarabidae:
Opisthobranchia. J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol.,
10067 RASMUSSEN, E., 1973. Systeraatics
and Ecology of the Isef jord Marine Fauna
(Denmark). Ophelia, 11:1-495.
10068 USUKI, ITARU, January, I98I. Growth
Characteristics of the Early Juvenile of
Aplysia Juliana collected in Winter. Venus,
The Japanese Journal of Malacology,
39(4):212-223, figs. 1-2, pis. 1-3. [Title
has Aplysis; English & Japanese]
.This is the end of Volume 13. Have a Merry
;hristmas and a Happy New Year!
January (April) 19b2
Petelodoris triphylla Bergh, 1881
Drawing by Kikutaro Baba
Based on a 7-B cm animal; taken alive from
Seto, Kii, Japan, May 6, 1958, by Mr. Torao
Yamaraoto. Type locality, Eno-shima, Sagami
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Thanks to Dave Mulliner, Ron Velarde,
Don Cadien, Dave Behcens, J. A. Ortea, H.K.
Mienis, Gordon fiobilliard, Jeff Hamann,
Michael Ghiselin, Kathe Jensen, Eveline
Marcus, and others who have sent material
for this issue of the ON.
From Kathe Jensen: "1 am presently
working as Visiting Assistant Professor in
the Division of Science and Mathematics,
College of the Virgin Islands. [Charlotte
Amalie, St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands
00801] I have only been here for about 5
weeks^[as of 25 February, 1982], and
haven't had much time to go collecting,
because 1 have been too busy getting
everything ready for the courses I teach,
finding a place to live, finding a
reasonably priced dependable car (if there
is such a thing), and having my stuff
shipped over (some all the way from
Denmark and some from Florida). However,
I have done a little collecting from the
beach right outside the College and have
found Elysia tuca, Elysia serca (=E.
clena), Cyerce antillensis, and Calliphylla
mediterranea. I hope to be able to do more
extensive collecting when all practical
obstacles have been dealt with."
From Jeff Hamann: "1 spent two weeks
collecting opisthobranchs with my family in
Australia this Christmas. We went to
Lizard Island on the Great Barrier Reef.
It's really a neat place. We had near
perfect weather and an ideal set-up.
Making sometimes 3 dives a day we burned
65 tanks of air, hit about 25 spots
including 4 on the main reef and never got
Collecting was the best I've ever seen.
We found 75*different species of
opisthobranchs. I got passable photos of
72 and brought home some preserved
material. Unlike Heron Island (we spent
Christmas 1978 there), where large
Chromodorids were out and about all over
during the day, collecting was hard work.
Most specimens were under subtidal rocks
and few were encountered more than once.
At Heron Island there were 20 or so large
dorids that were fairly common but only
one Elysia, 1 Aglaja & Chromodoris decora
could be called common at Lizard Island.
Best depths seemed to range from
intertidal to 30' at Lizard Island and 40'
to 60' at Heron Island. In spite of these
differences and over 1,000 miles I found
23 species common to both places."
From Steve Long: "Talked with Sandra
Millen on 2-23-62. It snowed in Vancouver
yesterday. I am heading up to Eureka to
see the Oringers on the 27th of February
and then on to see Sandra around the 3rd
of March for a few days. Plan to look at
Vancouver Island while there. I will be
back in Long Beach by March I4th.